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WNYC 93.9 FM
"yagi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is weekend edition from NPR news. I'm David gora. So often in office culture, women end up doing the tasks that simply make the office work, like cleaning up after meetings and changing the toner cartridge in the printer or ordering cupcakes for birthday parties. This of course is all unpaid work on top of their actual jobs. In the Japanese novel diary of a void, a young woman named shibata is fed up with all these chores. So she fakes being pregnant to get out of them. The book was recently translated into English and NPR's Andrew Limbaugh has more. When the book opens, she bought that as anger is at a high simmer. It's not even just that the guys in her office are indirectly asking her to clean up the cups, left behind from the meeting. It's more that the thought never even crosses their minds that one of them could just do it. What I did wasn't supposed to be an act of rebellion, more like a little experiment. This is Lucy north reading. She's one of the co translators of the book. I think I just wanted to know what would happen if nobody was there to keep an eye out to rush over as soon as the meeting ended and deal with the message they'd made. And I still might have obliged. Had I not been met with the sight of dirty cups, some still with coffee in them and stuffed with cigarette butts. The odor of old cigarettes left sitting there for hours. So she bought that tells her boss, she's pregnant, actually, and the odors from the cigarettes triggers her nausea. She starts coming into the office, patting her belly beneath her shirt. She starts talking about baby names, and she joins the mommy aerobics group. It kind of works. It's not that she's necessarily treated better, just different. And the indignities pile up in a way that has to be funny. Here's David Boyd, the other translator of the book. And I think that's really the only way that as a reader, we can survive the workplace with the narrator with shibata, is by having some humor to kind of allow us to deal with the inherent absurdity in her workplace. She bought that commits hard to the bit, even when no one is around. So much so that maybe she even starts to believe it. And that's the story we're reading, I think, you know, she's lying. She knows she's lying. Then she's talking about living this lie and she kind of lives it almost too really. And it takes her over in places. Diary of a void is written by Emmy yagi. She is an editor at a fashion magazine in Japan, and this is her first book. Yagi told the Japan times that the book is ultimately about loneliness. Quote, I wanted to write a story showing that it's important for women not to feel like they are tied to certain rules, like office worker, wife, and mother. Nozomi uematsu is a comparative literature lecturer at the university of Sheffield, specializing in contemporary women's writing in Japanese and English literature. She says the central critique of the book isn't just at the societal forces that push women into these roles, but also at the once convincing women that they've got to be the best at them. Everything is monetized. Everything has to be efficient. You have to take a self responsibility for your life. There's no sense of collectivity or community in that mode of society. Hard to connect with other people. There's an app about the uses to keep track of her baby. And one day, it alerts her, saying, hey, your baby is now the size of a butternut squash. Here's David Boyd reading. A butternut squash, my voice jumped a good two octaves. Maybe the person who writes these intros eats a lot of butternut squash, I don't. I mean, I've never bought one. She goes on this rant about how people don't even know how big a butternut squash is and the writers of the app should have picked a more relatable piece of produce. Until she relents. I suddenly wanted something of my own, something to make space for. Even if it was just my own and no one else could even see it. Something like a lie. And then she keeps on using the app.
The Bitcoin Podcast
"yagi" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"Checking hacker news and see if there's any money saying Bitcoin is dead. It's cooling desk and wouldn't say Bitcoin is dead. I didn't say coin desk. I said hacker news. Oh, good. Yeah. Usually right around the time. So audience if you listen in for your new out there, you stumbled across the Bitcoin podcast episode three 91. One. By listening to episode three 91, it should tell you that you're very late to the crypto game. And this is a weekly podcast. But I don't want to make you feel bad. But Bitcoin dies a lot. I think there's a website that calculates it. And I think Bitcoin has died almost a thousand times. Ten years? So it's about a hundred times a year, Bitcoin dies, 'cause that's the volatility of it, right? People. As soon as the price goes down more than 7%, somebody's like, it's Bitcoin is dead. It's never going to work. It's a scam. And so this, it's that. It's for year over year right now. When was it last year from today? That's a good question for yagi and I's chart. Let me see if it's up to date. There's no way that's up today. He's keeping that thing up to date. He deserves a medal. He does it for fun. But let me see. These little Google search in here and we'll search in my little drive here. So when you're going on. There it is. Come on. When's the last time you went to this time? It was. He has not updated it in quite 28. You're 27,000 around this time last year? A little higher? In the mid 30s? I can't sell it. On May 1720 21, it was 43.5. That's a 50% gainer year over year. So the negative. ER 30.4. Days we're not a real time, like end of day. So what's awesome is if you look at the year over year, there's like so this will give I'm trying to put some hope in out there price wise. You know, throw it out there. Jessie doesn't like copy and you can see his face. He was like, ugh, it's taste disgusting. I'm like, my nose is itchy. There's about an 80% chance. There's an 80% chance of Bitcoin if you buy money today. It will be worth more tomorrow. Yeah, yeah. On a year over year, that's what yagi's numbers say. This is another because that's what you have in your chart. Based on historical data, if you buy it today. Next year, 80% of your life, your 80% likely to your $1 will be worth $1 plus instead of $1 minus. That being said, even with 80% likely, those 20% chances hurt like a motherfucker, right? Because this is a very risky asset. So hashtag not investment advice. You should seek guidance on how to invest in risky assets before you start treating all of this crypto as a great investment tool. Your chart doesn't go back like for many years, right? It just goes back. It's actually, it's actually severely outdated. But what I'm getting at is it's not even anyone. 2012 to 2020. Yeah. So it's not even, yeah. It doesn't have 2021 or 2022 in here, so it'd be easier to get. We just got a pin yagi, but still following the same pattern. There's some heavy drops. Yeah, heavy heavy drops. And then followed by heavy heavy gainers. So now, one thing I think is interesting to look at and I haven't looked at prior show would be, what's that thing that they call? It's got like the goes up. It's got the real rainbow chart. You see it all over the place with the rainbow chart, and it's like, hey, I'm a low end. The price is here. And then, you know what I'm talking about right, is it? Forecasting? Extrapolating down forecasting. It's a forecast, but then it shows the Bitcoin price in Fibonacci. No, no. No, it's like it has like a based on a given model. It'll have error bars and it'll show kind of the margin of error as you go forward based on the projection and the error going in different ways. But what indicator is that, oh, it's a bunch of them. I found them. Sorry, sometimes I like to do that too. I like how you were thinking you're different. Very different thing. That's what I'm saying. This is not a core. Your thing is something probably real. I'm thinking of this as somebody made up a long time ago. And they like to look at it to make. Like, how was that? How is that rainbow? Well, look at these color categories here. We have maximum bubble territory. Cell seriously sell. So low intensifies is the sub bubble. HODL, still cheap, accumulate by basically a fire sale. They have a like, if you look at the trajectory, right? Or like the arc of that rainbow, like it's not a quadratic. You see what is that? What is that? To me. It looks like that's a function. I don't know what that means. That's what algorithmic function. Oh, there's an algorithmic. I was like, that's not a word. No. No, that's a logarithmic function. I mean, the scale is log on the Y axis. Yes, it is. That's a linear pattern. I'm just looking at this pattern and what I see is that those highs are getting lower and it's all capitulating down to the blue line. So there's some trends there, like you have each having, you're going to typical low. And you have a drop in the middle. So we're experiencing what would be the drop in the middle. I don't know, I guess we'll see. Yeah, but it looks like there's no indication that, no, look, what I'm saying is exactly what happens, but there is a trend. If you look at the happening, that spike at the tippy top is used to be above the maximum bubble territory. And then this happening here in whatever year that is, 2017, 2016. Then the spike was in the rainbow. Then in the other happening spike was in the middle of the rainbow. So in the next happening, if you take that trend, the next bike is going to be not even going to be in the middle of the rainbow. It's going to be like the price is going to settle in at like 55, 60,000. How do they determine these boundaries between scales, right?
Bald and Blonde
"yagi" Discussed on Bald and Blonde
"Do not ask questions. Except what is because if not then i just give you a little more fear so that you automatically stop thinking and be curious and creative I just want to clarify that for the listeners. What you saying is that when you go into a state of fia you've switched on that reptilian brain and then other things like curiosity and not available to us because we're in survival much so what's happening right now. With the world in a state of mass via is quite possibly cheeky. Pass adva- curiosity so we don't ask questions about what's going on not that we want to talk about that by its good points that when you're in a state of fear or win your reptilian brain is switched on we lose access to the high emotions capabilities. That's right the genius left. Frontal lobe is not accessible. Thank you for describing what i meant. Thank you so much. I really appreciate you. Just call me the dicey whisperer. That's all you did. Say that. Since while i love it so now i'm not saying maybe it's happening on purpose. Maybe it's happening by accident. Maybe it's just happening randomly from time to time. Let's say every hundred years so when we look at history nevertheless when we step out of that fear through curiosity you see because curiosity can be vehicle out yagi. Say that so when i searched for more information I keep something alive within me. I keep my mind active. I'm observing you ideas. Maybe there are other possibilities other opportunities. It also brings some excitement and yet we are most likely to not consider life as boring when we're curious because even if i let say have nothing to do for the next one week which would be a miracle. But let's say. I can still walk up and down my driveway and look at the rocks that i have there and find beauty and every single one of them may be. I take my magnifying glasses or put it under microscope. Or i look at the leaves how that little coconut that fell off the coconut palm and now the coconut that fell off naturally without any human interference it starts growing. It's going to be a new coconut. And now i can be curious may be ongoing to plant it. Maybe i'm going to give it away. Where would be a good place for it. You see brings life. There's so much we can wander about. There's so much beauty in this world when we remain curious put siwa. Jc thank you again. Thank you i think yes i like that. I like reawakening because quayle were a little bit shutdown. No kidding when we're forced stern school system. If he weren't foster's stern school system can't listings and show that your super curious. I did have my son in alternate school system for one year and it was really interesting. Had differently thy torch. Yeah i guess it comes back to deciding what the best choice for you and your family is.
YEK YEK JE
"yagi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE
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"yagi" Discussed on ExtraTime
"That makes this well. If you're putting him on a best eleven you're going to put him at midfield right so he's not going to be on that list twice. I have always said that. Justin morals in that conversation. The key with that position in this league is it's a position where teams often don't have consistency and don't haven't spent a lot of money and so it's not a coincidence that every team justin moral played for one trophies like his impact on his team's at that position in san jose and then in toronto i don't believe is a coincidence and you could say for beta shores. Well obviously his partner at two of those places on the other side of the field for large stretch. So i i think he's in that top five conversation one hundred percent and i think there's a few different ways that you can angle that he is number one and i wouldn't disagree with all my my memory. Shutout is jose bercy yagi junior taryn down the left side. Rip it up for casey. That's the one. I wanted to throw in there. Yeah that's a good wizards wizards reference. And i believe bruce iago definitely best eleven player as well kaelin. What would you say. Best in mls history. He's definitely the argument. I completely agree with dave. Like if you have a top five really probably a top three given the collective and the individual accomplishments and then if you wrap in sort of the personal side as well rises straight up the charts but is he number one for you. I think he's right up there if he's not one he just may be one a i played. I played with a really good a left back with consol cigar so i thought was super consistent. Play with the costa rican. National team did really well. I think you know you could probably also mention rodney wallace at some measure with just a more of an attacking full-back but i think when you look at moral as well just a combination of skill set where he could get forward in the attack get goals he great service athletic defend with anybody But really kind of weaponized especially toronto. Fc team in a way that we had yet to see a team really kind of like bomb forward like that But but the other name that is the kind of one or one a kind of pick your poison and this one is todd. Done event Todd so todd for me think five championships. He wanted on his rookie year with san jose on a veteran team that was not playing young players. todd played a big role throughout that season. I on their way to the championship and then he went into. I think four more with l. a. galaxy. His game changed as time went on where it became a little bit more less about bombing which he was. I think people probably who watched later in his career. Forget how good todd was going forward with the ball Incredible pace great left-foot could score. Goals do a lot of the things that we see in modern life. Left-back do and later career was a little bit less of that but so steady always a winner. I think to. Mls cups or mls cups with two different clubs..
The Free Agents
"yagi" Discussed on The Free Agents
"Closed down. It's just a fantastic place. Get out and Yes so first of all ni- sounds like a great bar and es escapes. If you're watching on youtube. I can see making that perplexed face because you heard dave ben say perogie now. The clip went even longer. There was a correction by the producer. Let's play that back. Oh my passion these viagi doggies rectify vanessa. The truck. how do you save this. People can't hear you bureau these weeks at yagi. My family a one way conversation with our producer. Sf hello love he he. So dave benz called doggies at his house. You're definitely not. I don't know if he's missed remembering whatever but the producer asks him. Who says my family all right. This is a preseason game and we're going to get to the bottom of this. Yeah so we went back to the preseason. I appreciate you ski thinking. I'm a busy man in having the time to write something like that. But i can definitely write some novels in the past. Sure i've got but anyways but hold on like another reason. We should have known it was. It could have been real and ended up being real. I don't know many like these are older guys on the broadcast. There talking accordions here. And i don't know anyone young- younger that plays accordion talking about their grandparents. Yeah they were talking about it They've seen it with their own eyes. Got video the one guy says we got see that video uncle forty very cool but yeah that definitely dates definitely. Yeah just a friend of the program. I'm sure we could ask him for that video. Okay he'll send it in. It's one of the seems like it's one of his most treasured vision. It's okay if i had an uncle played the accord. Probably be pretty happy to thank you to monte from saint paul minnesota for sending.
The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"yagi" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"That was either a no brainer obvious side that he's going with with with teddy or at some kind of mr yagi mine trick. And he's actually just doing the opposite to confuse us all crazy look no further than the pat after the second preseason game when asked about drew he said i have to. I have to go look at the tape to tell you how he did. When asked about teddy's performance nearly the exact same question he went on and just said how good is pocket. Presence was how good is throws were Set is throat. A to sow burn On the one yard line was one of the best seen in camp even talked about how he has a little. Tom brady pocket presence to him. So it is. It is so clear where this thing is going brady. That's why i think the upset would be. If teddy isn't named the starting quarterback this afternoon. I it's going to be really interesting last one on that side of it. We asked a poll question. We'd like to stirred up. Here's act you know that We said hey did vic. Fangio set drew. Lock up for failure on saturday now. The conventional answer to that would be no because they both were kind of given the same shot you know. Drew starts and goes with all the ones and then teddy's with some of the backups and then vice versa but there was a few different calls and listen they went. They went for what three times with with teddy on fourth down and it makes one of the greatest plays in preseason. So far that jerry. Judy just stay in a patient in the pocket now later on drew's presented with a very similar situation. We see brandon manuscripts kick goal instead. And i believe vicks response was more or less. Hey we wanted. We wanted mcmanus to get some work in. I think that's the one where i kinda go to Why not give drew. Lock the same shot in that moment. Yeah and. I wish that we would have seen drew. Lock it similar shot and what vicks answer could have been kinda where where i buy into it. Although he didn't say it is that that field goal that they took withdrew was five yards closer than it was with teddy. You weren't gonna kick like a fifty seven yard or with with what what would have been with teddy. You wouldn't do that in a preseason game so drew's fifty one fifty two yards to me. That's how i justify that but still it's an evaluation. I wish that they would have let drew. Go out and have the same opportunity. No no doubt about it It'll be interesting to see from this point on. Preseason though i mean let's take the good side of this either way this goes i mean i know there's going to be fans that are bitter but you gotta feel pretty good about this. Accurate covered the broncos a lot. You've covered a lot of games and we always say the same thing every year. It's preseason it's preseason well. How many nuggets of greatness do you take out of that and say i think this translates. Yeah and especially when we talk about the quarterback position brady you know. They've tried to get the case. Keenum the joe. Flacco the trevor simian. They've tried to make all of these guys work and the way that they sell these guys in the way that fans get behind. These guys is by hearing. They're a game manager. All they have to do is be okay. Good and the defense will take this team to the playoffs..
RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"yagi" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"In saint. Louis you know you could check me out on youtube. They're jv lewis. Could check me out on twitter and instagram. You know the starters up at jv louis seven you know. I do wrestling video games. Reaction videos all that type of so. Yeah i wanna check me. Yeah yeah. I can go ahead and do so. Tabloid oh the views expressed on his term tabloid livestream four-term. Halfway podcast episode do not reflect the views news thoughts or opinions of the reports brand clooney the rate words podcast network rate works content partners advertisers and affiliates viewer and listener discretion is advised was going on everybody's. Jv lewis in saint. Louis you know yagi. Check me out on youtube. They're jv lewis. I could check me out on twitter and instagram. You know starters up at jv lewis eighty seven you know i do wrestling and video games reaction videos and all that type of wanting to check me out you can donate and do so really. I have to send it myself. It comes to the fact that when it comes to stupidity. I can't go out and face one anymore. I basically just say what woke.
Etsy Success Podcast
"yagi" Discussed on Etsy Success Podcast
"To appear as search for nurse reprint. Our system will put them together. Since you happen. Both there right. Yes exactly okay. Cool going back. Categories and attributes. Repetition is also relevant here so the selections you make in you. Know categories subcategories and attributes again. Those act tags. So if you have these words already on your list and you don't necessarily need to add them into the tags again unless they're party a common phrase that you're feeling really strongly about in terms of lake. Somebody would type into search. Yeah i could. Example of this is e. Sell something in the home decor category need to add home decor as tack. But you might you know. Select something like boho wall art. He another common mistake. You know it's not necessary to include misspellings and your tags at sea. Searchable redirect shoppers to correct any small. Typers they might make men are searching. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah i think so. Let me take you back for a second. I think you know way back in the day. Maybe there wasn't that autocorrect situations search. So i did see sellers. Used to like in their tags put three different versions of a phrase and they were missed. Lang don't need to do that anymore. Folks we we have advanced a little bit there so yeah don't include misspellings another area. I get a lot of questions. About is the concept of singular versus plural when a shopper enters their search on the system will actually look at the root word for the phrase they entered and then match them to the root words in your listings keywords so for example a search for shelf would still be matched with things that have shelves in the titles or tags because they have the same root word saving for like women versus woman. All right. let's should yours. Can you explain the nuances for sellers. International markets how skewered translation work for them yagi question so we actually advise against adding tags or title words in multiple languages. This is because the titles and tags that you add should only be in the language that you chose back when you were setting up your shot at you actually translate everything for buyers who are shopping language. That's different from yours with that. Said if you happen to speak multiple languages fluently then you can choose to translate your listings yourself if you.
"yagi" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Nerd On! The Podcast
"yagi" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast
"Some people have been reaching out into our. Dm's soup inside and in those would be like they've got theirs. They used our code and their love and the product. So that's dope. I like to hear that. I as someone who i find to me keeping keeping it tamed. You don't have to make a baby or anything like that. But keeping it teamed So it's not like bonsai tree or anything that is important for me and then finding something that like you kind of just trust in. Because like i like. There's a sketch in there. Where there's like a mr yagi type character. That's yeah for sure and just down there in the willies. And just like you know you have a goal sand garden and like as a little rake and yeah i feel like i can kind of really rely just because like knows what. A man's gaped is at this point In the world and the fact that because the fact that supporting us is like really cool cool. I can actually talk about something i use. So thanks manscaping..
"yagi" Discussed on Kisah Alumni
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Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson
"yagi" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson
"Something bad is going on here. So i just said who's a man i guess with a words here so i'm glad i learned for learned a lot of things for field over the years. The number one thing i learned is that you do not go to the doctor. Unless you're bleeding from an orifice as a surgeon so spoke. That'd be far that week on christmas eve. We christmas day felt pretty good the day after christmas. I felt so good now. It's a saturday almost a full week. And i said you know i'm gonna go hunting today. You know you'll have been killed. Some so i come down here but what. I didn't realize this by all that effort to get out to the by now that i mean i exerted myself. I was in no shape to do it. So i got the blind and i mean i just felt terrible. The worst add felt that whole process. I'm just sitting there everybody's bumble mama blah blah blah and. We killed thirty something ducks. There's a picture me laying on top of this big paletta. And so but i never got up. I never shot. I never made. I just set there in between jeff and got our membership. Say that morning Tohfill he said dad. I think something's wrong with how they we need to get him to the hospital and failed. Look down their house laying out. Why does it goes and looked around. He said what time what time is classic visit. We ought to give them at least to eleven warriors known his appendix. Who's the mayor. But it was the first when they finally found that you go in there. They find it. They say man you need. We need to move on this by now. Lisa is just like she is so my case and so now it sunday you know say all right well if not better tomorrow let's go. We'll go to the cats game. Because i only tag. It is a cat scan. That's what the nurse practitioner told me. I didn't want to go the hospitals. We christmas week but obviously i knew now some eight right and so monday i go in. They do the cat. Scans half a day fight with insurance whether you need. I'm dying and they don't want her to pay pay for it. Let's just get this over with finally got the thing done. Lisa have a commercial. We're doing a commercial for somebody and so we were in the. We were willies diner. And we were setting up to film this commercial. And the guy that workforce the church was one of the guys on the phone. He's still remembers this. And so i get the call from from michelle phillips and she says first thing she said was glenwood or saint francis and i was like what is at our hospital right and she said you. Your appendix has ruptured and. Its foreign like this wall around a bit. I mean it looks like a bomb. Went off in your guts. And she's a. I mean we gotta deal with that now so hit. I hit mute on the phone. And i said how long it would be yagi this at a. He said we're almost there five minutes so hit the back is i'll be there. In twenty minutes. So finished filmed the commercial samantha. commercial and commercial. I've seen it since i looked so bad. I mean i was. I was dying and so i go the hospital and within an hour comes in. He says look in michelle. Got this guy he he does. He's laproscopy light people close off their gut. You know to try to lose weight or whatever so really skilled at doing it through the laproscopy. Quick in he knows it too because he knows doctors. And he's like i'm the best in the state louisiana go good. That's good for me. I will tell you this. He said i've had two cases that i just couldn't get it done in had to split them open to do it. He said and i gotta tell you the reason i'm telling you this is a pretty good chance you're going to be number three. Because he said you gotta you gotta mesmerizing. How long is this on about eight days. I can't even believe you're still alive. So but when i woke up at four in the morning and we talked about how surgery you know i i never remember anything. I was talking to an ethicist in the next thing. I know it's four in the morning. I wake up. You're kind of like. Where am i went to get up. And there's something hanging out of my side this like one of those drain tubes. And but i noticed i wasn't split open because you know that's another two weeks appealing up if you had to get that done so i learned a lesson there that you probably aren't going to the doctor. If you're not quite sure can get a man can land you in a hospital bed this. Let's take another break. So one of the things. I thought was interesting about a little bit. Research on on is.
"yagi" Discussed on Radiolab
"Of it to treat her friend mary to a prison. Oh no little. Don't they made one okay. Fat after married got some hard news. She went out and got her a hamster who puff show just to cheer her up. Aniston's our time hanging out with their neighbors. She goes to church. She feeds her birds. Did you do that one. Yagi right here. Oh you colors okay. What's this guy bear surfing. Yeah he bear to and his voice ones kayaking. Wow they're really bright says and she takes care of her best friend. Mary you know when i was there. She was constantly getting up to refill maher. he's drink. Mary walks with a cane. Now and anna kept refreshing. Her glass of iced tea She even set up mary with her most recent boyfriend. Noah how'd you meet him for free and emerge the friend not me as much as this apartment is filled with laughter and life age difference in still see that this loss this theft really. She carries it. Okay so what. So what are we looking at we. We've got all baby doll davies on your bed. A boy and a girl do they have names. Yeah where. That's bobby bobby.
WSJ What's News
"yagi" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Kendall brench. Thanks so much for your time today. Thank you and finally for some friday night. Pizza is a tradition. But your delivery driver might be less than traditional in the future. The robots are coming food. Delivery giant grub hub and russian tech company. Yon dex say. They are rolling out a fleet of autonomous food delivering rovers this fall starting with two hundred fifty. Us college campuses. The bots are about the size of a suitcase can carry up to forty four pounds and have the ability to navigate crosswalks. Just a bit faster than the average human. Our moscow correspondent yagi kopchev says while the system is still in its early stages it could change the food delivery game for two businesses. That's definitely a way to limit labor costs which is one of the biggest hurdles for food delivery business in general these small rovers of course unlike human delivery options out there They they don't have the human element they don't need a break. There is diminish And they're also the novelty factor. What these food delivery companies are saying is that as much as they save on costs. consumers would also save because they'll be charged a lower service fee than for human delivery so it both sides should be winning from that and that's what's news for this week our hosts army and for totally and mark stewart. The show was produced this week by trae. Nori and sam western with help from abbas. Assani zoe thomas. Charlie turner and jr whalen and with editorial support from palo bosson. Jenny hang chris. Zinsli and qatari ogm. We'll be back on monday morning. Thanks for listening..
The Holy Fool Podcast
"yagi" Discussed on The Holy Fool Podcast
"It's it's benign. Basically life is benign to the extent. That i can surrender to it and love it and an honor it and be grateful to it. It seems a step by step. It's it's a it's a very benign Positive good experience. But that's what it is. It's a step by step thing and can we. Can we surrender to that right. But and if i would add to me the feeling of the step by step is with each step comes growing of the does it feel like it feels like comes to growing of how many resources this moment has to use with knee. The more i'm in the moment more. I'm in my natural alignment of nature and spirit. If like i've developed a another layer of compost. Something the soils richer. There's more that can come from it now. And the more i do it. Just the more fertile of a place on existing in my my existence is kind of fertility in in in you. Then when you're there you feel like wow yeah. Everything can come from that. Yeah well looks like we've just about got to the limit of our of our usual time here. Yes yeah alto barron. Yeah ready really enjoyed that. Tell you that policies that too and Yeah just be open to the possibility that the world is really not as it seems it really is just. It's just a thought if something that we're kind of keeping alive but we've with the seriousness with which we take and it doesn't have to be taken seriously and so much of it is really kept alive in our our thought perception world that we're holding there goes it's gone if we quit holding their it. We realized it. it's not really in existence of itself. exactly it's very ephemeral. yes and ethic. Thank you jasper. Thank you brother and actually listeners. Yeah well hopefully we're going to be Interviewing a really amazing guy called has yagi brand soon a man who is really following his truth so and hopefully that's going to be coming out in the next couple of days so stay tune until then ah bye bye. Bye says good bye from live. New joy ship face help race. Saw is natural. Stay conscious is food..
Samantha Tomaszewski, social strategy leader, BuzzFeed, on career in social media audience engagement
"Today. We're gonna talk about audience work samantha. I think maybe a useful place to start might be with you. You're of course the social strategists of commerce for buzzfeed. He told me exactly what that means. Yeah so i. Focused specifically on buzzfeed has an entire shopping and commerce. Vertical on that helps generate revenue for the site so i focus on the Social strategy that has to do specifically with. Yeah our shopping. Vertical commerce that we have different facebook and instagram account We should affiliations through the app. Trying to get people to view and hopefully convert and shop from buzzfeed shopping's content and you'll training is actually journalism. Right yes yeah. I went to lehigh. University and i studied journalism political science. So how'd you go from as journalists to to what you do now because they seem slightly not far apart but they of course. Different skills and disciplines. Yeah an. I honestly think this is why i enjoy doing a lot of like student. Mentorship conversations is something that i do in my spare time because i love to talk to students about how i went from my studies university to Where i am now and the kind of important middle pieces. I also worked for huffpost for about three years as an audience editor. That was definitely more than new space before. I made the transition to commerce but it was definitely my treating from school. That got me there where i did study. You know a lot of social media. And i worked for my student newspaper editor-in-chief so i think a lot of practical experience that i get in college was able to help me leverage interviews and opportunities that they did come up after i graduated. This is going to be useful for more. We're about to about to talk about what i don't understand is where does your journalistic thread really still help you today. yeah i think in conversations with students are being active on twitter. And i think yeah. It's definitely helped me again. Even though i am in the commerce face now that i do approach it from maybe a different perspective somebody who has a marketing background or a different sort of training. And i think that's helped me sort of succeed in that role in yet. Maybe look at marketing ecommerce from a different lens at a different angle that kind of that journalistic training and news is still kind of always been like my passionate. My background yes. It's been cool to kind of approach. A new different challenge in like a slightly different discipline. With that lens. so samantha at the stop december. You had a twitter thread which seemed to go on a quite a bit of attention and just gonna take a few moments to read through that for our audience who may not seen it. You say i was on the mentoring cool with a student about to graduate college and she told me that a member of a fairly popular journalism organization gave her some discouraging advice. This person told her not to go into audience work. she was taught. That should be better off working in a reporter all covering political committee even if no one read her work. I was shocked. And that's really the main part of the the tweet you to talk about the kind of skills that you acquire through working in social and how that might help to make you a better journalist editor in chief had of audience etc and basically saying the audience. Work is a valid career path for me. What kind of stuck out with this. And what seemed to be the main thrust of the compensation that audience roles in journalism at least are perhaps not taking seriously as some of the more traditional roles still existent in the newsroom. So can you recap on. Wherever where this threat came from the impetus for that was sure. Yeah i expected to take off as much as it did but obviously it was very encouraging to see that so many people have strong reactions to it. And we're coming out in support of what. I was saying that that was great and i think it was just that i had spoken to the student and i had such like a you know on one hand infuriating but on the other hand like poignant sort of anecdote from her about somebody telling her that she shouldn't go into audience work in that she would be better off being a reporter doing work that nobody was even reading which doesn't really make sense to me. That was just. She clearly had been so affected by being told that even though her passion was an audience. I just wanted to try and you know in my conversation with her. I tried to tell her that. That certainly wasn't true. I've been able to find a path for it myself. But i just wanted to speak to that to the journalism community at large in some way Because i was so shocked that someone would tell like a growing journalists that I'm not asking you to to name drop of course but can you be more specific about the type of news organization. That had sort discouraged her in this way. And i don't even she didn't even name. I don't know the individual who it was and that's obvious he never would. It was about but you know a fairly large digital mu organization in one that does promote journalism and digital media yagi Specific affiliation with the organization. Or anything like that. You know what. I'm trying to get a picture of where that kind of attitude has come from. We're talking about you said digital media company based in the us deny yes legacy your print media. That's what was interesting is that it was coming from somewhere that i wouldn't have expected this sort of advice navy to come from interest and in your experiences this like an isolated event. You hear this a lot. Yeah i mean. I think i've also experienced a lot. Even you know by career so far in you know. Both of the newsroom's i've worked in and buzzfeed Post there obviously. The vast majority of people are incredibly supportive of the audience team. But i do think it is sometimes struggle to get your foot in the door in certain meetings or to get your opinions out by certain journalists. Who may be you know are entrenched in some of these older schools of thought about what even is audience worker. Why is it important. So i think i've seen that. There is still a learning process. Even when i've been in newsrooms trying to do the work that i do cleaning they'll put you off. No no because. I think it is. It is important so i think it's really rewarding when you do maybe get through to somebody who didn't understand how you can help them in. Their story goes viral on twitter. Because you mockup a tweet thread. That does really well. Then they see the value of it. I think there's constantly a need for audience enters to try to prove and show results and data for what they're doing and i do you know have found that rewarding as well to be able to show people like. Here's what we can do to elevate your work like look at works that it's really exciting. So i mean the thrust of that conversation. Was it very much. That audience roles are just not as integral to the newsroom. Or was it that they just kind of look down on a as i said from the beginning like not taking seriously. What was called the main bone of contention like disgust here. Yeah i mean. I think all of those things are potentially depending yet. I think who you're talking to. I think obviously. I was speaking to the student as like a career conversation. She was about to graduate and she was trying to figure out what she should pursue. So i think it was. You know maybe they aren't as integral to newsroom so she shouldn't do it because maybe they're not stability there but again i know i shared with her. You know it's just one experience. But i have. I've experienced stability in far in my career. you know. obviously they're always layoffs in media yet. I think against you that if you wanted to have a future in journalism she was getting told that maybe this wasn't the right path for her. Because i think that was another point in my thread is she has an interest in politics. She was getting told. You know if you wanna go into political journalism you have to be like a beat reporter and that's the only way you can get there but again i don't really think that's true and something else. I tried to outline in my throat is how many great skills you do learn being an audience that can transfer to being reported. You know people who have moved into production or product or any sort of area in media and beyond so. I think i was really just trying to emphasize that it is a valid career path. We shouldn't be telling young journalists that it's not
The Social Hustlaz Podcast
"yagi" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast
"Why why why. Why not go. Relying so i just don't do you. Were faithful man. God theory cigar were in the past the gave us fans domestic. Hey you know she's autoimmune. All you scared of got to get his ass. No but i'm saying like not so even aside hose line to the side host of really cabinet bro. Really you know entertaining the conversation but at the end of the day. I'm really honestly more giorgio. Anything i read tiller straight up. This was cracking would now. wasn't it. These cars built so clearing my fucking. Those words posit ended the day. She don't wanna fuck you before you live the Just like give us at the bits. You don't wanna heat before the nixon. He at night mukwecheni. That i was getting ready to ask is still on the same fucking topic. Brought do like yagi more pigeon when you're trying to hold it down we one versus when you ain't got none at all when your actual free aging is damn. Where's the vagina to stay on your shorty. You're ever your data falling in.
Mac Power Users
The Pros and Cons of Working From Home
"Was also some really good feedback Listener major gear had talked about where his experience has differed from ours to the big points that we made in that show. Was you know if you're working from home? There's two big advantages more freedom and less meetings and unfortunately for major gear. He has more meetings unless freedom and by that he means that he's apparently getting lots and lots of zoom or other electronic related meetings and I you know. We recorded the episode. It was early in this process but I am watching. My wife worked from home. Well now now she's furloughed so she's unemployed at this point but the For several weeks she was employed and I was amazed at the number of online meeting. She was attending and I was thinking. How do these people get any work done? If they're on zoom all day showing their dogs to everybody I think that Major gear has an excellent point. I think that This particular circumstance where everybody is suddenly working from home the Electronic Meeting Technologies. Have been overused. Y'All talking to a friend of mine about this. After I saw this feedback and he works for a really large organization and he said his workday is now a lot of video meetings. They don't use zoom. They use some other corporate solution. I kind of thought about that. And then I realized that Yagi in a big organization. You have to do this because you've gotten rid of all the things that just happened in office right like when we had office jobs. If you really were honest we had more meetings than we thought because someone will just come by your office and talk or you see somebody in the break room and talk for ten minutes about a project and now it gets. It all has to be scheduled so I totally see the point. I think a lot of people a lot of people feel that way. Unfortunately yeah there is a technology or a system at Basecamp basecamp for my legal side and it's called automatic check ins and what it does you get an automated notice once every increment of time you know it could be a week or a day or three weeks or whatever and and it can. It's topic specific. And I use this with some of my clients where we're working collaboratively on a project and so you get magnification but it doesn't require meeting. This is the intention of this from the base. Camp team was to say you know. We have too many meetings. There's no reason for all of us to sit in the room and wait for each one of us to give their update instead. Why don't we have this automated system and everybody can just go in and read the updates as they show up with these automatic check INS. I think it's an excellent way to avoid meeting. So if you do find yourself with a lot of meetings think about that. Maybe some way you don't have to necessarily base camp at some way to make meetings that are just check in type meetings. Turn that into a digital form and maybe you can avoid a few of those meetings good advice. The the other thing he said was less freedom and I think he was talking about all the software that gets installed on the computers and man. I don't know what to tell you there. Man They because there's so much they can do. There's just too much that they do and that I know that's not true for everyone I've met some. It people who actually really work hard to not be invasive on employees to keep the systems running without make the employees feeling like they're being treated like three year olds and so I really think there's there's two camps there there's I think the good. It people who who do try to do this fairly and then there's other people like well. I've got these tools so I'm going to know everything you do. I'm going to know how many times you hit the space bar in the last fifteen hours. It's just crazy what they can learn. What some of the software I think we touched on in the episode but I think some some people are. Some corporations are organizations with everyone working from home it feels like people feel like they have to be available the whole the whole time you know from from eight to five and maybe that's a little bit different than when you're in the office and everyone kind of understands you get a break like my last job. I worked in. This narrowly higher is is a close to high-rises. We HAVE IN MEMPHIS. You know. It's like twelve stories tall and that's a high-rise all the people in New Yorkers are rolling their eyes it may but We would through New York. Yeah right and we would There was a convenience store type little grocery store across the street and a couple of times a day. People would just wander over there and get something to drink or get snacker in Delhi. And is you weren't chained to the desk from nine to five and I think people feel like they. They need to be accessible like that when they're working from home like prove they're actually doing it which I understand especially if organization is it used to this. Maybe there's some sort of increased You know feeling of needing to just to be hyper quick. In responding sorts of things and it takes a little time for organizations to settle in to working from home and and all. This doesn't even touch the fact that many people like my wife. Who's a teacher even the schools out for the rest of the year? They're still doing online stuff right and as a teacher. She's doing some stuff with her kids and like our family kids who are doing their own schooling. So a lot of people working from home is not their only responsibility. And it's definitely can be stressful and worrisome. A lot to deal with but it can. It can really be good too if you can get all that stuff balance